Collegiate Start Recommended Courses

Students are eligible to take two courses per semester from the approved list below. Special permission initiated through the Office of Education Outreach is required to take a course not on the approved list.

ART – 4 sh. course

ART 112 Fundamentals of Design

BIOLOGY – 4 sh. courses

BIO 1 0 1 – Topics in General Biology (Corequisite: BIO 1 02 Cell Biology Laboratory 1sh.)

CHEMISTRY – 4 sh. courses

CHM 111 – General Chemistry I (Corequisite: CHML 111, laboratory component)

CHM 112 – General Chemistry II (Prerequisites: CHM 111 and CHML 111. Corequisite: CHML 112, laboratory component. Offered spring only)

ECONOMICS – 4 sh. course

ECO 111 – Principles of Economics

COMMUNICATIONS – 4 sh. courses and 2 sh. courses

COM 100 – Communications in the Global Age

COM 110 – Media Writing

IDS 115 – Public Speaking 2 sh.

COMPUTING SCIENCES – 4 sh. courses

CSC 130 – Computer Science

ENGLISH – 4 sh. courses

ENG 110 – Writing: Argument and Inquiry

ENG 221 – British Literature I

ENG 222 – British Literature II

ENG 223 – American Literature I

ENG 224 – American Literature II

FOREIGN LANGUAGE – 4 sh. courses

Foreign Language studies include: French, Spanish, German, Chinese, Italian and Greek. Courses range from elementary to advanced levels. Course offerings vary by semester.

The Department of Foreign Language offers language placement exams in French, German, Italian, Latin, and Spanish. Placement exams are required prior to registration to help determine appropriate course placement in the language. Contact the Department of Foreign Language for more information and to schedule an appointment: 336.278.5620; languages@elon.edu. For more information you may also visit the World Languages & Cultures Language Requirement & Assessment website.

GEOGRAPHY – 4 sh. courses

GEO 121 – Global Physical Environments

GEO 131 – The World Regions

 

HISTORY – 4 sh. courses

HST 111 – Europe and the Mediterranean World to 1500

HST 112 – Europe and Mediterranean World Since 1500

HST 121 – United States History Through 1865

HST 122 – United States History Since 1865

HST 123 – The U.S. and North Carolina Since 1865

MATHEMATICS – 4 sh. courses

MTH 151 – Calculus I

MTH 251 – Calculus II

PHILOSOPHY – 4 sh. courses

PHL 110 – What Can We Know?

PHL 112 – How Should We Live?

PHYSICS – 4 sh. courses

PHY 201 – General Physics I (Labs included)

PHY 202 – General Physics II (Labs included)

POLITICAL SCIENCE – 4 sh. courses

POL 111 – American Government

POL 141 – International Relations

PSYCHOLOGY – 4 sh. course

Psychology 111 – Introduction to Psychology

RELIGION – 4 sh. courses

REL 110 – Religion in a Global Context

REL 211 – The Hebrew Bible (Old Testament)

REL 212 – Introduction to the New Testament and Early Christian Literature

SOCIOLOGY – 4 sh. course

SOC 111 – Introductory Sociology

STATISTICS – 4sh. Course

STS 110 – Introduction to Statistical Reasoning

WELLNESS AND HEALTH EDUCATION – 2 sh course

WHE 111 – Contemporary Wellness Issues